Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI)
What is IUI?
Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment whereby the woman is helped to conceive by specially prepared sperm being placed directly into the womb at the time when eggs are being released.
Production of eggs is helped by the use of fertility drugs. When you are about to ovulate, the most motile sperm will be used for insemination.
If you are using sperm from a donor this is known as donor insemination (DI). It is carried out when sperm are completely absent, the partner has a very low sperm count or if they carry a genetic disorder.
IUI with donor sperm
We have a sperm bank for patients who require donor insemination. All our sperm donors are background checked with extensive screening and full medical examinations. Donors can be selected based on their physical characteristics, their employment, education and hobbies. All patients having treatment using donor sperm are required to use our counselling service, to fully explore the implications of donor insemination, before making any final decisions.
Our donor insemination success rates are up to 14% above the national average.
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Book an appointment
To find out if Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) can help you conceive, please contact us or book an appointment at Complete Fertility Centre.
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